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January   


Friday, January 3
Plinth Gallery

Opening reception, 6pm-9pm
TOUCHed, a celebration of the life and art of Marie EvB Gibbons. Marie, a self-taught clay artist, teacher, and fixture of the Denver art community, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on September 15, 2019. An educator as well as an artist, Marie had an active studio practice in Denver since 1999, where she held workshops, classes, and community art events. Marie was always an artist, but she found her muse in clay in 1995. Over more than two decades in clay, Marie explored narrative and figurative forms to discuss the trials, tribulations, joys, and frustrations of life. She typically finished her clay work in post-fired finishes such as acrylic paints and washes, inks, waxes, iron surfaces, and resins. “Clay provides me an opportunity to TOUCH my experiences on many levels,” Marie wrote on her website, www.mariegibbons.com. “The obvious: the tactile love I have for my medium; but in addition, I am touching the feeling of something in my mind, and hopefully, conveying those feelings / emotions in the finished piece.”
Through January 25
 



Plinth Gallery
 Marie EvB Gibbons
Clay with post-fired finish
Through January 25
 


Thursday, January 9
Rule Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
One Sun, an exhibition of new work by Caleb Hahne at our Denver, Colorado location. This will be Hahne’s second solo show at the gallery. In a new series of paintings presented in One Sun, Hahne focuses on the dream-like colors of our passing memories of mundane pleasantries. The paintings romanticize the way the sun warms the skin or the warmth of another body, the gentle breeze rustling the hair, the changing temperature of the water when drawing a bath. Hahne discards his careful renderings and observational drawings and, using memory as the main vehicle, recreates similar compositions, each slightly different than the last as his recollection fades until he arrives at the final iteration. Through selective translucency of the paint, Hahne captures the fragility of our remembrances without depriving the viewer of its tender impact.
Through February 8

Visions West Contemporary
Opening Reception, 6-8 p.m.
Rachel Denny, MIgration. Rachel Denny, Migration, 2019, mixed media Rachel Denny is a multimedia artist and sculptor heavily inspired by the natural world around us. She resides outside of Portland, Oregon and is best known for her “Domestic Trophies” – deer mounts covered in cozy cashmere cable knit woolens. Denny’s work touches on the concepts of human intervention in nature, domesticity, femininity, and the increasingly pressing environmental issues present in our society. Her work allows the viewer to question their place in nature, and what the relationship between humans and the natural world entails. View the exhibit here
Through February 15
 


Rule Gallery
Caleb Hahne
Fountain, 2019
acrylic on canvas, 14x12 inches
 
Through February 8


Visions West Contemporary
Rachel Denny
Migration, 2019
mixed media
View the exhibit here
Through February 15

 


Rule Gallery
Caleb Hahne
Morning Sun, 2019
acrylic on canvas, 24x24 inches
 
Through February 8


Friday, January 10
Walker Fine Art 
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
Synesthetic Ciphers, featuring: Deidre Adams Roland Bernier Bonny Lhotka Doug Haeussner Sammy Lee Blair Vaughn-Gruler. We have an inherent need to decode and decipher patterns and symbols. The artists featured in Synesthetic Ciphers challenge and deconstruct conventional modes of language to interpret new meanings behind symbols. Can artwork derived from and inspired by transcription be non-metaphoric? Can using alternate forms of stimuli be experienced, rather than read? Through dismantling traditional written language into indistinguishable mark-making and cross-sensory experiences, this group exhibition encourages us to play with and recreate the conventional role of language.
Through Saturday, February 29

Visions West Contemporary

Opening reception 6-8pm
Ishi Glinsky, Dead Weight. Moving through the “New World” via wagon in the 1880’s, dead weight could be considered excess materials and goods, including ledger books.Yet, without ledger books, a new spectrum of storytelling would’ve been lost. These visual accounts by the Indigenous Men and Women imprisoned in forts across the Great Plains throughout the early Reservation Era, explains who they are. The original ledger artwork of the late 19th century is a testament to survival. “Dead Weight” retells these moments in history by expanding the scale of these works, honoring the original artifacts, while creating a visual monument to survival. View the exhibit here
Through February 15

 


Walker Fine Art 
Synesthetic Ciphers
February 29



Walker Fine Art 
Synesthetic Ciphers
Through
February 29


Visions West Contemporary

Ishi Glinsky
Retelling History, 2020
ink, archival, pastel, marker on paper, 30.5 x 29 inches
Through February 15
 


Walker Fine Art 
Synesthetic Ciphers
February 29



Walker Fine Art 
Synesthetic Ciphers
February 29



Walker Fine Art 
Synesthetic Ciphers
February 29

 


January 11
Abend Gallery
Opening, 6-8 PM
Discovery, the debut solo exhibition for new gallery artist Christopher Clark. An extremely talented painter, Clark has experienced a meteoric rise since signing on with Abend in August, having already sold dozens of new works. We can’t wait to see what this important new voice has to offer.
Through January 30

Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening, 6-8 pm
Adrienne Stein’s solo exhibition, Elementals, the newest body of work by this Colorado/Pennsylvania figurative artist exploring the four elements: Earth, Fire, Water and Air. The title of the exhibit is derived from the Renaissance concept of the four elements being embodied in mythic beings known as Elementals. The paintings in this show depict figures that correspond with the elements of Earth, Fire, Water, and Air. Adrianne shares, “The color and emotional tenor of each painting is distinct, and I wanted to have the experience of traveling into a new unique world with each painting. I do focus on a specific aesthetic,” says Stein, “and I’ve always been really drawn to 19th-century Victorian painting and the PreRaphaelites. There’s a storytelling element in their work that draws me in…and looking at their work, it’s so rich with detail. A lot of my recent works are really inspired by that tradition of painting.”
Through February 1

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Opening reception, 11 am to 3 pm
The West featuringartists: Maura Allen, Sophy Brown, William Berra, Daniel Glanz, Wayne Salge, Pati Stajcar and Dinah Worman.
Through February 7
 



Abend Gallery
Christopher Clark
Emerging
Oil on wood panel and gold leaf
20 x 15 inches
Through January 30


Gallery 1261  LLC
Adrienne Stein
Enchantress
Oil, 11" x 14
Through January 30



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Sophy Brown
Crosswise
A
crylic, 25 x 28 3/4
Through February 7


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Maura Allen
Out West Ranching
24" x 24" acrylic on Panel
Through February 7


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Wayne Salge
Tovar
44" x 14" x 9"
Bronze Edition of 12
Through February 7
 


Wednesday, January 15
Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening Reception, 5-7pm at the Sugarcube building at 1555 Blake. Map.  On display daily M-F: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Through April 13
 



Gallery 1261  LLC
Kevin Wekbach
Times Square
Oil 18 x 24 in
Through April 13
 

 


Friday, January 17
William Havu Gallery

Opening Reception, 6-9 pm
New Worlds: Lui Ferreyra & Ryan Magyar with Formal Inflations by Emmett Culligan and on the mezzanine, introducing Jenny Day
Through February 29
 


William Havu Gallery
Lui Ferreyra
Life After Death
Oil on Canvas, 48 X 60 Inches
Through February 29



William Havu Gallery
Emmett Culligan,
Rubric #7
Blackened Steel, 30 X 20 X 20 Inches
Through February 29

 


William Havu Gallery
Ryan Magyar
 Untitled G
Oil on Canvas, 78 13/16 X 60 5/8 Inches
Through February 29


William Havu Gallery
Jenny Day
Bifurcated Translation
Mixed Media On Canvas, 54 X 60 Inches
Through February 29
 


Friday, January 24
Space Gallery

Artist Reception, 6-9pm
Three Concurrent Solo Exhibitions featuring work by: Carlene Frances, Heather Bentz and Introducing Tom Flanagan.
Through February 22
 


Space Gallery

Tom Flanagan
Ever
Acrylic On Canvas, 32" X 20".
Through February 22


Space Gallery

Carlene Frances
Seijaku # 722
Oil on canvas, 40" X 55"
Through February 22
 


Space Gallery

Heather Bentz
Lighting
Acrylic on canvas on panel, 70" X 42"
Through February 22
 


Thursday January 30
Robischon Gallery
Opening Reception for the Artists: 6 - 8 pm
Solo Exhibitions: Deborah Zlotsky, Ted Larsen and Jonathan Parker.
 


Robischon Gallery
Deborah Zlotsky
Evidence
oil on canvas, 48 x 60 inches

 
 


Friday, January 31
Walker Fine Art
6pm-8pm,Artist talks begin at 7pm
Synesthetic Ciphers: Join WFA and the artists of the SYNESTHETIC CIPHERS exhibition as they speak about their work. Artists: Deidre Adams, Doug Hauessner, Bonny Lhotka, Blair Vaughn-Gruler, Roland Bernier and Sammy Lee. Light refreshments will be served and it is free to attend!
 
   

February    


Friday, February 21
Visions West Contemporary
Beau Carey, Basin and Range. "By using references to navigational coastal profiling and by borrowing and subverting compositional structures of the 19th century American landscape painters I examine how modern landscapes came to be spatially constructed. Through a combination of on-site field studies and larger studio pieces I make bodies of work that reflect the individual characteristics of a specific place while retaining a critical awareness of the landscape genre. This practice, while fully absorbed into the cliché of modern landscape painting, is not innocuous. It is rooted in a history of globalism and environmental dominance. Through my work I explore this spatial language at times allowing individual works to teeter into abstraction. The works in Rise look specifically at how we will navigate and view a rapidly changing physical world." -Beau Carey View the exhibit
Through March 28


Visions West Contemporary
Beau Carey,
Roof of the World, 2019
oil on canvas, 48 x 66 inches
Through March 28
     

 


GALLERY LISTINGS



Abend Gallery
1412 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202    Map

303.355.0950 phone
800.288.3726 toll free


website: www.abendgallery.com

Hours: Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 11am-4

Continuing:
Variations, a solo exhibition by internationally renowned, award-winning artist, Jon Doran. Based in Cornwall, United Kingdom, Doran's work explores classical themes through a digitally influenced and fragmented approach to oil painting, also becoming known as disrupted realism. Jon’s most recent floral paintings have been an exploration in multiple painting processes. Always the primary interest for this artist is the exploration in the visual language of painting – he strives to find out how changing the techniques employed to address a subject fundamentally changes the final proposition of a work.
Through January 11

January 11
Opening, 6-8 PM
Discovery, the debut solo exhibition for new gallery artist Christopher Clark. An extremely talented painter, Clark has experienced a meteoric rise since signing on with Abend in August, having already sold dozens of new works. We can’t wait to see what this important new voice has to offer.
Through January 30
 



David B. Smith Gallery 
1543 A Wazee Sgtreet
Denver, CO 80202 
map
phone:    303.893.4234
fax:         877.893.4234

website: 
http://davidbsmithgallery.com
Hours: Tues-Sat 12-6, and by appointment
 

Continuing:
Joel Swanson, Eight-and-a-Half-by-Eleven in the main gallery and Cody Hudson, I Came Home, in the project room. Eight-and-a-Half-by-Eleven uses abstraction and composition to discuss language without the actual use of language. Without a single alphanumeric character, Swanson delves into the psychology of language and learning, incorporating autobiographical elements into what amounts to a critique of default truth as it pertains to language. In his introductory presentation with the gallery, Hudson’s signature abstract color-block style effortlessly transcends media, featuring evocative shapes and bold use of color. Taking visual cues from Colorado’s iconic mountainous scenery, soft-edged geometric forms meet warm, fleshy earth tones in a playful synthesis of intuitive design language and personal meaning. Set against an original wall mural that envelopes the gallery’s project room, Hudson creates an illustrative psychological landscape..
Through January 18
 



David Cook Fine Art
Maggie Ross, Director
1637 Wazee Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
    map

Phone:      303.623.8181

Website:    www.davidcookfineart.com

Hours:      10:30 - 6:00 Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Gallery 1261  LLC
1412 Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202
map
 
phone: 303.571.1261

website:   www.gallery1261.com

Hours:     Tue - Sat: 12-6pm

Saturday,
January 11
Opening, 6-8 pm
Adrienne Stein’s solo exhibition, Elementals, the newest body of work by this Colorado/Pennsylvania figurative artist exploring the four elements: Earth, Fire, Water and Air. The title of the exhibit is derived from the Renaissance concept of the four elements being embodied in mythic beings known as Elementals. The paintings in this show depict figures that correspond with the elements of Earth, Fire, Water, and Air. Adrianne shares, “The color and emotional tenor of each painting is distinct, and I wanted to have the experience of traveling into a new unique world with each painting. I do focus on a specific aesthetic,” says Stein, “and I’ve always been really drawn to 19th-century Victorian painting and the PreRaphaelites. There’s a storytelling element in their work that draws me in…and looking at their work, it’s so rich with detail. A lot of my recent works are really inspired by that tradition of painting.”
Through February 1

Wednesday, January 15
Opening Reception, 5-7pm at the Sugarcube building at 1555 Blake.  Map On display daily M-F: 8:00 am – 7:00 pm Saturday: 10:00 am – 7:00 pm Sunday: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Through April 13
 



GALLERY M
 
180 Cook St, Suite 101   map
Denver, CO 80206

phone:    303-331-8400
website:  www.gallerym.com


Hours:    By Appointment Daily, Tue-Sat.

GALLERY M specializes in 20th century photojournalism and social documentary. LIFE photojournalists including Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bourke-White, Carl Mydans, Ralph Morse and others are always on display and available.

Exhibition to be announced
 



K Contemporary
 
Doug Kacena Co-Owner / Director
1412 Wazee St , Denver, CO 80202   map
phone:     303-590-9800
cell:         720-296-7180

website:   https://kcontemporaryart.com

Hours:     Tuesday – Saturday, 12 pm – 6 pm or by appointment

Exhibition to be announced

 


Mai Wyn Fine Art
744 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO, 80204    map
phone:    303-893-4182

website:   www.maiwyn.com
Hours:     Hours:     Thursday - Saturday 11-5, Sunday 12-4. Open 1st Fridays until 10pm丨3rd Fridays until 8pm and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Michael Warren Contemporary   
Mike McClung and Warren Campbell, owners
760 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204  map

gallery:     303-635-6255
cell:
         303-667-2447

website:   www.michaelwarrencontemporary.com


Hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-6 pm or by appointment
 

Exhibition to be announced
 



Plinth Gallery
Owner:  Jonathan Kaplan
3520 Brighton Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80216    map
phone:     303-295-0717


website:   www.plinthgallery.com

Hours:     Thursday -Saturday, 12pm-5pm, and other times by appointment

Friday, January 3
Opening reception, 6pm-9pm
TOUCHed, a celebration of the life and art of Marie EvB Gibbons. Marie, a self-taught clay artist, teacher, and fixture of the Denver art community, who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly on September 15, 2019. An educator as well as an artist, Marie had an active studio practice in Denver since 1999, where she held workshops, classes, and community art events. Marie was always an artist, but she found her muse in clay in 1995. Over more than two decades in clay, Marie explored narrative and figurative forms to discuss the trials, tribulations, joys, and frustrations of life. She typically finished her clay work in post-fired finishes such as acrylic paints and washes, inks, waxes, iron surfaces, and resins. “Clay provides me an opportunity to TOUCH my experiences on many levels,” Marie wrote on her website, www.mariegibbons.com. “The obvious: the tactile love I have for my medium; but in addition, I am touching the feeling of something in my mind, and hopefully, conveying those feelings / emotions in the finished piece.”
Through January 25
 



Plus Gallery

Owner: Ivar Zeile
Private Dealer

website:  www.plusgallery.com

Exhibition to be announced
 


 
Robischon Gallery
1740 Wazee St.
Denver, CO.  80202    Map
phone:  303.298.7788
fax:       303.298.7799


web:  www.robischongallery.com


Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm Mondays
            by appointment. Adjacent Free Parking until 6pm


Continuing:
Three Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Richard Serra, Stephen Westfall, Don Voisine and a Two-person Exhibition: Derrick Velasquez Kate Petley.

Thursday January 30
Opening Reception for the Artists: 6 - 8 pm
Solo Exhibitions: Deborah Zlotsky, Ted Larsen and Jonathan Parker
 



Rule Gallery
Valerie Santerli, Owner/Director
Rachel Beitz, Owner/CFO
808 Santa Fe Drive. map
and
204 E San Antonio St,
Marfa TX

phone:    303-800-6776

website:  https://rulegallery.com

Denver h
ours:  Tues-Friday 12-6pm, Saturday 12-5pm and by appointment

Thursday, January 9
Opening reception, 6-9pm
One Sun, an exhibition of new work by Caleb Hahne at our Denver, Colorado location. This will be Hahne’s second solo show at the gallery. In a new series of paintings presented in One Sun, Hahne focuses on the dream-like colors of our passing memories of mundane pleasantries. The paintings romanticize the way the sun warms the skin or the warmth of another body, the gentle breeze rustling the hair, the changing temperature of the water when drawing a bath. Hahne discards his careful renderings and observational drawings and, using memory as the main vehicle, recreates similar compositions, each slightly different than the last as his recollection fades until he arrives at the final iteration. Through selective translucency of the paint, Hahne captures the fragility of our remembrances without depriving the viewer of its tender impact.
Through February 8
 



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Mikkel & Catherine Saks, owners
3019 East Second Ave

Denver, CO  80206    map
phone:    303-333-4144

website: 
www.saksgalleries.com

Hours:  Tues-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm and by appointment.
Exhibitions year- round
view the Saks Galleries Cherry Creek videos

Continuing:
Winterfest with gallery artists. Join us for holiday music, refreshments and new works during the 2019 Cherry Creek North Annual Winterfest.
Through January 31

Saturday, January 11
Opening reception, 11 am to 3 pm
The West featurin gartists: Maura Allen, Sophy Brown, William Berra, Daniel Glanz, Wayne Salge, Pati Stajcar and Dinah Worman.
Through February 7

Continuing:

The McKenney-Hall Indian Gallery.
Thomas McKenney was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs in 1916 by President James Madison. He championed Native American causes for the next several decades at a time when tribal culture was often on a collision course with land-hungry whites and the U.S. Government. McKenney worked tirelessly on his Indian Gallery, a collection of artifacts and portraits of the visiting Indians by the famous painter Charles Bird King. However, in 1830, McKenney was dismissed by President Jackson -- they had quarreled about the removal of the Cherokee from their homeland. McKinley had also battled with a Congressional committee investigating his expenditure of $3,100 for the Indian portraits. Therefore, it was on his own that he launched a project to publish a series of large portfolios with hand-colored lithographs made after King's original paintings. More information

 



Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Gallery Owner:  Sandra Phillips

47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver. Colorado 80204   map
phone:   303 931-2991



website: www.thesandraphillipsgallery.com

Hours: Tues. - Sat. 12:30 - 5 Sun. and evenings available by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Space Gallery
765 Santa Fe Drive     Map
Denver, 80204
phone:    720-904-1088

website: 
www.spacegallery.org
Hours: Wed-Sat 1pm-6pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Three Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Patricia Aaron, Raw And Real; Sue Oehme, The Sum Of Our Parts; Michael Hedges, The Lost Highway; and Sculpture by Jodie Roth Cooper.
Through January 11

Continuing:

Featuring work by: John Wood, Karine Léger, Jeff Juhlin, Steven Baris, Nancy Koenigsberg, Anna Elise Johnson, Karen Scharer, Howard Hersh, Michael Hedge, Cuong Ta, Wendy Kowynia, Paul Brokering Leopoldo Cuspinera and Sangeeta Reddy.
Through February 1

Friday, January 24
Artist Reception, 6-9pm
Three Concurrent Solo Exhibitions featuring work by: Carlene Frances, Heather Bentz and Introducing Tom Flanagan.
Through February 22
 



Tansey Contemporary
1743 Wazee Street Suite 150
Denver. 80203    map
phone:   720-596-4243

website:  www.tanseycontemporary.com
Hours: Tues-Saturday 11am - 5pm

Exhibition to be announced
 



Visions West Contemporary
Director:  Nikki Todd
2605 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205  map
phone:    303.292.0909

website:   
www.visionswestgallery.com
hours:    Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 pm or by appointment
Note our new address

Thursday, January 9
Opening Reception, 6-8 p.m.
Rachel Denny, MIgration. Rachel Denny, Migration, 2019, mixed media Rachel Denny is a multimedia artist and sculptor heavily inspired by the natural world around us. She resides outside of Portland, Oregon and is best known for her “Domestic Trophies” – deer mounts covered in cozy cashmere cable knit woolens. Denny’s work touches on the concepts of human intervention in nature, domesticity, femininity, and the increasingly pressing environmental issues present in our society. Her work allows the viewer to question their place in nature, and what the relationship between humans and the natural world entails. View the exhibit here
Through February 15


Friday, January 10
Opening reception 6-8pm
Ishi Glinsky, Dead Weight

Friday, February 21
Beau Carey, Basin and Range. "By using references to navigational coastal profiling and by borrowing and subverting compositional structures of the 19th century American landscape painters I examine how modern landscapes came to be spatially constructed. Through a combination of on-site field studies and larger studio pieces I make bodies of work that reflect the individual characteristics of a specific place while retaining a critical awareness of the landscape genre. This practice, while fully absorbed into the cliché of modern landscape painting, is not innocuous. It is rooted in a history of globalism and environmental dominance. Through my work I explore this spatial language at times allowing individual works to teeter into abstraction. The works in Rise look specifically at how we will navigate and view a rapidly changing physical world." -Beau Carey
View the exhibit
Through March 28s
 

   




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Gallery Calendar:
Continuing exhibits:
January  February

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Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
William Havu Gallery
K Contemporary
Mai Wyn Fine Art
William Matthews
Michael Warren
   Contemporary

Sandra Phillips Gallery
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Rule Gallery
Saks Galleries
David B. Smith Gallery
Space Gallery

Tansey Contemporary
Visions West Gallery
Walker Fine Art
 

 Continuing Exhibits:



William Matthews Gallery
William Matthews
The Slag Ladle, 2018, watercolor on paper, 23 1/2 x 18 image
Through February 6



Space Gallery
Patricia Aaron
Through January 11


Space Gallery
Sue Oeheme
Through January 11


Space Gallery
Jodie Roth Cooper
Intersecting Mini Monolith Raw Steel, 15”x15”x48" by
Through January 11


Space Gallery
Patricia Aaron
Through January 11


Walker Fine Art
Through January 4


Walker Fine Art
Through January 4


Walker Fine Art
Through January 4


Walker Fine Art
Through January 4


Walker Fine Art
Through January 4


William Havu Gallery
Cheryl Ann Thomas, Compress
Porcelain, 21 X 32 X 20 Inches
Through January 11


William Havu Gallery
Cheryl Ann Thomas, Compress
Porcelain, 21 X 32 X 20 inches
Through January 11



William Havu Gallery
Jivan Lee,
Monument #6 - Big Storm
Oil on linen, 70 X 54 inches
Through January 11


Robischon Gallery
Richard Serra
Equal II
Paintstik and silica on two sheets of handmade paper, 71 1/2 x 39 inches


Space Gallery
Various artists
Through February 1


David B. Smith Gallery
Joel Swanson
Pinkie 2019
erasers 13 x 13 in
Through January 18


David B. Smith Gallery
Cody Hudson
Landscape Painting Based on Lasting Positive Experiences (Sit in a Room / Bang a Gong) 2019
acrylic on canvas 40 x 60 in
erasers 13 x 13 in
Through January 18


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Ken Elliott
Last Sun over the Snow Field
Oil on canvas, 40 x 40 in
Through January 31



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Jane Christie
Sparkling on a Winter's Eve
Pastel, 9 x 8 in.
Through January 31



Abend Gallery
 Jon Doran
Two Roses
Oil on panel,
18.11 x 18.11 in

 



Walker Fine Art 
The Prado Building, 300 West 11th Avenue (at Cherokee)
Denver, CO  80204 In the Golden Triangle   
Map
phone:     303.355.8955

website: 
www.walkerfineart.com  
hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-5 pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Layers of Existence, a group exhibition with artists: Sabin Aell, Peter Illig, Gail Folwell, Farida Hughes, Meagen Svendsen, and Mark Penner-Howell. In an increasingly global society, questions of identity and existence are being explored as never before. While our uniqueness and individuality can leave us feeling isolated, a myriad of commonalities unite us in the collective experience. In this group exhibition, six distinctive artists hope to celebrate and value human differences through inner awareness and outward empathy, as we contemplate the complexities of identity.
Through Saturday, January 4

Friday, January 10
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
Synesthetic Ciphers, featuring: Deidre Adams Roland Bernier Bonny Lhotka Doug Haeussner Sammy Lee Blair Vaughn-Gruler. We have an inherent need to decode and decipher patterns and symbols. The artists featured in Synesthetic Ciphers challenge and deconstruct conventional modes of language to interpret new meanings behind symbols. Can artwork derived from and inspired by transcription be non-metaphoric? Can using alternate forms of stimuli be experienced, rather than read? Through dismantling traditional written language into indistinguishable mark-making and cross-sensory experiences, this group exhibition encourages us to play with and recreate the conventional role of language.
Through Saturday, February 29

Friday, January 31
6pm-8pm, Artist talks begin at 7pm
Synesthetic Ciphers: Join WFA and the artists of the SYNESTHETIC CIPHERS exhibition as they speak about their work. Artists: Deidre Adams, Doug Hauessner, Bonny Lhotka, Blair Vaughn-Gruler, Roland Bernier and Sammy Lee. Light refreshments will be served and it is free to attend!
 



William Havu Gallery       
 
1040 Cherokee
     Map
Denver, CO.  80204
phone:     303.893.2360

website:   www.williamhavugallery.com

Hours:     Tue - Fri 10-6 PM, Sat 11-5 PM, Sun and Mon by appointment only
Voted Westword's best gallery for contemporary art of the region, 2017

Continuing:
With artists Jivan Lee, Monument; Introducing: Cheryl Ann Thomas and on the Mezzanine, James Cook, New Paintings.
Through January 11

Friday, January 17
Opening Reception, 6-9 pm
New Worlds: Lui Ferreyra & Ryan Magyar with Formal Inflations by Emmett Culligan and on the mezzanine, introducing Jenny Day
Through February 29
 



William Matthews Gallery
Owner:   William Matthews
Great Basin Studio
2540 Walnut St,
Denver, CO 80205   
map

phone:   303-534-1300


Hours:    Tuesday & Thursday 10 am - 5 pm or by appointment
website:  williammatthewsstudio.com


Continuing:
William Matthews, Steel, an exhibition of new watercolors by William Matthews. The show represents the artist’s recent foray into the steel mills of Ohio and Pennsylvania. Throughout his painting career, Matthews has maintained a tradition of respect for working people. Early on, Matthews focused on the working cowboys from the great ranches throughout the West, later turning to other cultures and people from China to the rural Amish, working their lands. In addition to the people who inhabit these industries and traditions, the steel mills themselves highlight Matthews’ abiding interest in architectural structures.
Through February 6
 


Continuing exhibits:  January  February

 

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